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ATV

all-terrain vehicle: a vehicle with treads or wheels designed to travel on rough uneven ground

ATV

(1) See Apple TV.

(2) (Advanced TV) An early name for the digital TV standard proposed by the Advisory Committee on Advanced Television Service (ACATS). See ACATS. See also ATV Forum.

(2) (Analog TV) The NTSC, PAL and SECAM analog TV standards. Contrast with DTV.
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Safety laws regarding ATV use are in force throughout much of the world and not only place an age limit on the operation of these vehicles but also require the use of protective equipment such as helmets.
Prior to the pilot program, nine of the bureaus 11 ATV trails were open to machines in the Class II category, that is, not exceeding 58 inches in width and 1,200 lbs.
The inventor of the Aman ATV Bumpers has developed a working prototype that has been utilized with success.
Eight states allow ATVs on paved roads if the ATV is street legal that is, meets all the safety requirements a car does for use on the road.
Among killed ATV drivers, 43% had a blood alcohol concentration of 0.
The operator of the ATV was able to jump off the machine onto the ice and get to shore without injury.
Being an automobile enthusiast myself I thought that such vehicles should be available in India at an affordable price and hence decided to get into the ATV business.
AQCC President and chair of the CASI safety committee, Danny Gagnon said that, "The CASI's purpose is to improve the safety of ATV riders through a nationwide ATV education program and to promote the safe and responsible use of ATVs.
Recommendation: To enhance the Consumer Product Safety Commission's oversight of ATV safety, the Commission should, when sufficient data are available, assess whether the size, power and weight of ATVs have increased in recent years and, if so, whether and how those increases correlate with the severity of injuries.
Most fatalities involve behaviors the ATV industry warns against in its rider-education programs, in all its literature, and on vehicle labels.
According to the CPSC, the growth in ATV popularity did not trigger a statistically significant increase in casualties until 1998, when the consent decree expired.